High-performance floodlights

We have opened a new chapter in the history of our floodlights with these high-performance floodlights. With a flat design and a luminaire luminous flux of more than 40,000 lumens, this series sets new standards in terms of economy and efficiency.

These floodlights are characterised by the long service lifer of their LED and power supply unit as well as their wear-free optical system. We have developed highly efficient reflectors with very wide beam or flat beam light distribution for different applications.

We use durable and virtually age-resistant materials, such as glass, aluminium and silicone, in the optical systems of these floodlights.

Shields and louvres that alter the light distribution are available as accessories for these floodlights. These can be used individually or in combination. Please order accessories separately.

Technical data

Protection class IP 67 BEGA Thermal Management®

Cast aluminium, aluminium and stainless steel BEGA Unidure® coating technology Safety glass Reflector made of pure anodised aluminium Mounting bracket with one central Ø 22 mm hole and two Ø 9 mm holes Distance apart 80 mm

BEGA Ultimate Driver® · DALI-controllable Outputmanually adjustable in four steps

The RGBW luminaires can be controlled by DALI colour light control (DT8, RGBWAF, xy).

20-year availability guarantee for replacement parts and LED modules

Luminaire colour graphite

View planning examples

Riding arena
The degree of illuminance must be distributed uniformly on the floor of the entire arena to ensure that neither horses nor riders are irritated in their sport by alternating light and dark areas. The indoor riding arena has dimensions of 70 x 30 m and is illuminated with downlights from the ceiling of the arena. The height of the roof ranges from 6 to 12 m. 200 lx is reached at floor level. Eight floodlights illuminate the outdoor riding arena with 150 lx from a mounting height of twelve metres. The riding area has a size of 65 x 30 m. 

Historical building
For the illumination of the building with floodlights, the aim is to illuminate all sides of the complex as uniformly as possible. An obvious solution is to position the high-performance floodlights symmetrically at the corners of the building. In most cases, one floodlight position is sufficient for two sides of the building. The floodlights are frequently fitted with louvres or shields to ensure that the focus is only on the building. It is recommended that the luminaires should be installed on luminaire poles to protect passers-by from irritating glare. The illumination of the building is supplemented by façade floodlights forming a continuous light strip for linear illumination. As a rule, the final floodlight locations and output levels are only defined after an initial trial illumination.

In a gymnasium used for sports lessons, club training and competitions, a degree of illuminance of 500 lx is required on the playing field. The playing field is lined with stands. To be able to see well, a degree of illuminance of 50 to 100 lx is required in these areas. At least 10 lx is required for emergency lighting. The entire illumination of the 2100 square metre large hall is effected using ballproof high-performance floodlights with a colour temperature of 4000 K. Aisles and stairs are equipped with shielded recessed luminaires. This ensures that neither the sportspersons nor the spectators are dazzled.

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